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Denis, thanks for your suggestion. But when I used my profile in Pagemaker "Composite Printer" & turned off Epson's color correction, the middle & darker colors tones in the photos became way too dark. Most turning completely black. And shadow details disappeared too. Oh, well. I found that putting 1280 in the "Composite Printer" and choosing ICM in the Epson printer setting gets me the closest match. But still not really good enough. Gregory > I run on a Mac, but this should apply anyway. I ask the Epson driver to > do no color correction, and ask Pagemaker 7 to use the profile I had made > by inkjetmall.com. > > Specifically when the Print dialog comes up, click Color, then click CMS, > then select your ICC profile for "Composite printer". Click OK until you > get back to the main Print dialog. Now click Setup. Set Mode to Custom. > Click Advanced. Select No color correction, and set the other settings to > match those of your ICC profile. (This is for a Mac, so the Windows > version will be similar but not identical.) > > good luck > > denis pelli > >>I have Pagemaker 7 and don't see anyway to use my profile for Epson Photo > >>Paper. I usually work with photos in Photoshop6 and they print out fairly > >>well on my 1280 with the profile I got from Ian Lyons. But then I layout > >>several photos in Pagemaker and make an 8.5 x 11 promo piece and there > >>doesn't seem to be anywhere to use the profile. I select ICM in the 1280 > >>print dialog but the match isn't as close as the Photoshop print. I'm using > >>Windows ME. > >> > >>Does anyone know if there is a way to use a profile in Pagemaker? > - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.